Grace & Jaz
About your hosts:
Grace is a certified yoga teacher(200h) and embodied ecstatic dance facilitator(100h). After many years of not feeling comfortable or confident in her own skin she’s now passionate about creating safe spaces for people to connect and feel comfortable within themselves. Guiding others to connect to their intuition, body, mind and soul, through breath, yoga, dance and authentic expression. Her intention is to help others experience more moments of joy and peace and trust themselves to create the life they want. She’s currently teaching Vinyasa (flow) yoga in Taupō at the Yoga Tree studio, and offering women's retreats and workshops with her two sisters Gem and Holly.
You can check out her other offerings on Facebook, her pages are;
Yoga🧘♀️ ‘Yoga with Grace - Taupō’
Retreats🌿 ‘Sisterhood Retreats NZ’
Jaz is a mover;- in dance, sound, energy and breath. Bridging the two worlds of performance and healing arts. Creating space for individual, partnered and group embodiment work. Using her professional training in contemporary dance and over ten years experience in meditation and intuitive development to help others embody and remember their innate nature and purpose. Jasmine has founded Moving Rivers - a base to come back to wholeness through awareness. Currently Jasmine offers one on one, couples and group healing sessions with crystal sound bowls and bodywork including miri miri, energy medicine, group Sound and Movement journey’s and women's circles. Jasmine has completed her L2 certification in 'Energy Medicine Facilitation' with Phillipe Atman, certification in the foundations of Miri Miri and Romi Romi with Manawa Ora, as well as completing a full curriculum with Jacqlin Richards working with principles from the 'Natural Success' program. Currently Jasmine is a Facilitator, Dance Teacher, Energy Healer and Movement Mentor"
Doing this to serve and support people home to the truth and beauty of who they are.
Home is where the body is.
Check out her other offerings on Facebook or Instagram at;
🌊 ‘Moving Rivers’